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  4. Comment le vivant s’adapte dans l’espace

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    April 19, 2021

    Jadis, les grands explorateurs, navigateurs, conquérants de l’impossible ont parcouru des distances incroyables au travers des mers et océans, propulsés par leurs progrès techniques. Les terres inexploitées et inexplorées par la civilisation ont de ce fait « disparu » de la surface du globe. Aujourd’hui, les astronautes s’élèvent dans l’espace et séjournent six mois en orbite de la Terre à bord de la station spatiale internationale, pratiquement libres de toute gravité. Demain, les séjours spatiaux vers la Lune ou Mars pourraient durer plusieurs années. De gros changements pour le corps humain.

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  7. Jules Verne « déposé » sur l’orbite de l’ISS

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    February 25, 2008

    En vol depuis le 9 mars, l’ATV poursuit sa route vers l’ISS. Au cours des 3 semaines qui se seront écoulées entre le lancement et l’amarrage, le véhicule aura subi quotidiennement des tests en tous genres pour valider tous ses systèmes, y compris les systèmes de secours et sa fiabilité. Objectif : garantir un rendez-vous parfait avec la station.

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  9. Long-duration ISS mission under the watchful eye of CADMOS

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    June 22, 2006

    Space Shuttle Discovery lifted off from Florida yesterday. European astronaut Thomas Reiter on board is en route to the International Space Station, where he will be spending 6 to 7 months aloft. This long-duration mission will be closely watched by the CADMOS1 centre in France, responsible for monitoring experiments on the station and communications between Reiter and teams on the ground.

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  10. DECLIC clocks up one year in orbit

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    November 16, 2010

    The DECLIC mini-laboratory developed by CNES has been operating aboard the International Space Station for a year, letting scientists perform experiments remotely from Earth and view matter in a new light.

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  11. CNES in Moscow for 20th anniversary of the International Space Station

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    November 19, 2018

    Monday 19 November, CNES took part in a conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the International Space Station (ISS). Entitled “Space is an Open Area for International Cooperation and Development”, the conference was held in Moscow by Russian federal space agency Roscosmos.

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  12. AMINO to probe the origins of life

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    December 2, 2008

    The 3rd exobiology experiment devised by the LISA laboratory in Créteil, France, supported by CNES, lifted off on board a Russian Soyuz launcher on 26 November. Called AMINO, it aims to study the viability of certain organic molecules in space, like for example those found in comets.

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  18. DECLIC: un an en orbite

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    November 9, 2010

    Voilà un an que le mini-laboratoire développé par le CNES est installé à bord de la station spatiale internationale. Un an que les scientifiques réalisent leurs expériences à distance, depuis la Terre, et observent la matière sous un nouveau jour.

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  19. Proxima mission Thomas Pesquet to perform experiments conceived by young scientists under supervision of CNES’s Youth Education department

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    November 23, 2015

    As part of Thomas Pesquet’s Proxima mission on the International Space Station (ISS) scheduled from November 2016 to May 2017, CNES’s Youth Education department has issued a call for proposals to university and high-school students for innovative educational experiments to be tested out in microgravity conditions.

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  20. ATV- the European ISS resupply ship

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    August 3, 2007

    The Jules Verne, the first of Europe’s Automated Transfer Vehicles designed to ferry supplies to the International Space Station (ISS), arrived at the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou late in July. Since its arrival, CNES teams have been preparing the ATV for launch in specially altered facilities, under the watchful eye of the director of operations. It is scheduled to make its maiden flight on 31 January 2008, on a specially adapted Ariane 5 launcher.

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